Travel Diary: Condé Nast x El Camino Women Who Travel Colombia Day 2 Cartagena

The great thing about the trip is the flexibility to opt out of any activity if you need a break or just fancy some time to do your own thing. So while I enjoyed catching up on some much needed sleep after the previous days long haul flights, the ladies headed out to a mud volcano just outside the city and I joined them for lunch.

Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa

For lunch we headed to Getsemani, for a home-cooked Sunday feast. This unique experience was hosted by two inspirational ladies who have converted there home into a restaurant business against all odds and who strive to inspire those in the local community to think entrepreneurially.

Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa

Our meal was followed by an afternoon of Salsa dancing and bar hopping. 

Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa

Our salsa tour guides gave us a brief history of Salsa. Music is a massive part of Colombian culture, with many different influences and it forms a massive part of the social scene.

Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
Photo credit: Amanda Villarosa
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